Address & Contact Details:
Ram Meadow, Cotton Lane, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1XP
Tel: 01284 754721 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult – £10
Concession – £6
Children 10-16 – £2
Under 10 – Free
Programmes – £2
You can purchase your tickets in advance, online by visiting https://burytownfc.ktckts.com/event/byt2122h14/bury-town-vs-maldon-tiptree
Distance From Park Drive:
Directions Via the A12:
Pick up the A14 at the Toys ‘R’ Us turning and follow signs for Bury St Edmunds. Ignore the first turning off the dual carriageway with Sainsburys on your right. Leave the A14 Junction 43, signposted to central Bury St Edmunds. Once clear of the exit roundabout, follow the signs to Town Centre. Take the first exit at the next roundabout (after 300 yards) into Northgate Street. At the second set of traffic lights (T – Junction), turn left into Mustow Street and first left into Cotton Lane, past the Hawkes garage and the Drive Car Showroom. Carry on down to the bottom of Cotton Lane and turn right in the council car park. The ground is at the far end of the car park, situated on the left hand.
Bury’s car park is a pay and display car park and is often very busy, due to it’s central location. Parking Charges = Up to 3 hours – £2.50 or All day – £3.00. RingGo (cashless parking) location code 4483
825 spaces available, including just 1 space available for the disabled. 2.2 metre height restriction in main car park. Car park entry is closed at 10pm but vehicles can exit the car park at any time. Electric vehicle charging points are available in this car park in partnership with BP Pulse.
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Travelling by Train:
Bury St Edmunds Station is operated by Greater Anglia as are all trains calling there. The line is easily accessible from Cambridge, Peterborough and in the opposite direction, Ipswich. The station has two platforms, Platform 1 is served by trains from the West (Cambridge and Peterborough) and Platform 2 is served by trains from the East (Ipswich). The station is located close to Ram Meadow, a 15 minute walk, however there is a taxi rank and bus collection point in the car park at the Station. The station is staffed from 5:45am-6:15pm during the week and from 6:30am-5:30pm on Saturday’s. The station has a staffed Ticket Office and a self-service ticket machine, and the platforms are accessible for the disabled by a lift from the ground floor Ticket Office.
About The Stadium:
There are few more picturesque Non League grounds than Ram Meadow, with its mix of old wooden stands and the cathedral looming down in the distance. Time may be running out for the club as they look for a new location as they are not able to redevelop the grounds.
Three sides of the ground have basic small covered stands – the two at either end are terraced whilst on the east side of the ground it is a simple two stepped wooden bench seating. On the other side of the ground is a unique, but rather small main stand that is used by officials of both teams. Next to this are the club offices and club house with a decent size bar, big screen TV’s and food serving area.
Nearest Watering Hole:
Fox Inn, 1 Eastgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1XX
Website: http://www.greenekinginns.co.uk/hotels/fox-inn/ | Tel: 01284 705562
Did You Know?
Founded it 1872, Bury Town is one of the oldest Football Club’s in the country.
Bury St Edmunds is the home of Greene King and their world famous IPA.
The town is also a classic Market Town, the ancient hub for the local area.